Discogs

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Discogs
URL Discogs.com
Commercial? Partially
Type of site Music
Registration Optional
Available language(s) English
Owner Zink Media, Inc.
Created by Kevin Lewandowski
Launched October 2000
Revenue Advertisement, Marketplace Seller Fees
Alexa rank 2,185 (July 2013)[1]
Current status Active

Discogs is short for discographies. It is a website and database of information about music recordings. Discogs is owned by Zink Media, Inc. in Portland, Oregon, United States. Discogs is one of the largest online databases of electronic music releases. It is believed to be the largest online database of releases on vinyl also.

History[change | change source]

The discogs.com domain name was registered in August 2000. Discogs was released in October 2000 by Kevin Lewandowski. It started as a database of his personal music collection.

Contribution system[change | change source]

The information on Discogs comes from members of the web site.

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